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Synonyms for brass

Synonyms for brass

a wind instrument that consists of a brass tube (usually of variable length) that is blown by means of a cup-shaped or funnel-shaped mouthpiece

impudent aggressiveness

an ornament or utensil made of brass

the section of a band or orchestra that plays brass instruments

a memorial made of brass

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Hoping it's going to be a knockout at Coatham Memorial Hall, home of Redcar Boxing Club, are Carmel Ramsay, of Brass Neck Comedy, and club founder Frankie Wales 260214COMEDY_09 IAN MCINTYRE
THE Tories have treated working families with contempt and championed wagedestroying austerity, so Theresa May has a brass neck to blame global economic forces for leaving people behind.
THE brass neck of Labour councillors and AM's in Wales to complain about cuts takes some beating, let's look at the facts.
Afterwards, Carmel Ramsay, of Saltburn's Brass Neck Comedy Club, said Alan's appearances meant he was offi-cially a "comedy god.
Most of all they need a silver tongue, a brass neck - and the hide of a Sherman tank" - Edwina Currie, former Tory health minister.
He's exhibiting the brass neck that all current Labour politicians must have these days in the hope that none of us remember being let down by our party for 13 consecutive years.
USA YOU have to admire Jesse Dimmick's brass neck - even if a judge quite rightly didn't see the funny side.
I like the brass neck of that Sutton songstress who's to sue Simon Cowell for pounds 2.
MURPHY admires the brass neck of Aussie travel agents STA, who are flogging working holidays in Ireland to gullible students Down Under.
I HAVE just read the article on kerb charges and I am mad, in fact livid to think that Liverpool City Council have the brass neck to charge this to a housing association who took over their rotting housing stock.
Then had the brass neck to plead poverty and cut players' wages back by as much as 600 quid a week in some cases.
I WAS very pleased to read Ian Parri's "a brass neck to ask for Scouse brass" in his column of February 17.
THIS week's unanswered question: how does the Park Lane Hilton have the brass neck to charge pounds 30 for a bottle of Kleine Zalze CB, as was the case at the ROA/Racing Post awards night last week, when a few clicks through to Everywine.
As the diva already has a not-too-shabby bank balance, we can only assume she'll be using the cash to buy a big tub of raspberry ripple, a Bridget Jones DVD and a large dod of polish for that brass neck.
Stockton's Catch 22 is back at ARC tonight, with Middlesbrough's Big Mouth and Saltburn's Brass Neck gigs taking place tomorrow.